We’re design nerds, and there’s nothing we love more than a website that’s just plain beautiful to look at. Sleek and elegant, with appealing color schemes and a balanced layout, it’s a treat for the eyes. But when it comes to website design, good design is about more than just looking pretty. It’s about creating a good user experience.
While there’s a lot of value in an attractive design aesthetic, some websites manage to create a great experience while being, well, kind of ugly. Craigslist is a great example. Aesthetically, it looks like a late 90s time warp. But when it comes to function, Craigslist has a design that works. It’s easy to find what you’re looking for, and the simple, text-heavy design actually works well by minimizing distracting visual elements. Reddit is a similar example. It’s not very pleasing to the eye, but millions of users worldwide are practically addicted to its endless stream of articles, images, and other information and entertainment.

What Makes A Website’s Design Great?
Good website design can be quite nice to look at, but what really matters is usability. Your audience needs to be able to find what they’re looking for quickly and easily, with minimal thought. Using your site needs to be intuitive, not confusing. Even the most beautiful website in the world is practically useless if no one can figure out how to find what they came for.

We Strive for Great Design
As a website design company, our mission is to make sure your website is intuitive, easy to use, and visually balanced and appealing. Along with great aesthetics that fit your brand perfectly, we create sites with a streamlined user experience that keeps people moving in the right direction. To find out more about our services, reach out to us any time at [contact number], or fill out our contact form to get in touch with a helpful representative.